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this and other programs online at booktv.org. >> kate obenshain argues president obama has divided the country for his own political gain and earned the moniker, quote, divider in chief. the obama presidency is the most divisive in u.s. history and says the president has allowed his ideology to trump the good of the populace. is a little under an hour. >> good afternoon, everyone. i am the president of the clear blue loose policy institute and i thank you for joining us and welcome you to our conservative woman's network. special thanks to the heritage foundation. we have been putting this on for years ended to a pleasure to work with a fine organization like the heritage foundation. i am happy to introduce today's speaker, kate obenshain. you have seen her on fox news where she is a passionate, articulate defender of conservative values and has one of the loose policy institute's most popular campus speakers for many years and she has been speaking and mentoring young women that we worked with for decades and helped me out so many times to help the institute, and i am grateful to you for that
it is investigating. let's bring in kate. she is the executive director of fliers rights.org. thanks for skypeing with us, kate. >> thanks for having me. >> you bet. >> assuming the claims from this dying woman are true, it sounds like this patdown was not done in a dignified manner. aren't we all entitled to that? >> we are. and in fact, tsa should have offered her a private room and they should have offered her the opportunity to explain how her medical devices work so that they didn't have to ruin them. >> so, you are allowed to ask for a private screening and get one, because sometimes they do want to look under your clothes and there's a privacy issue. my second part to that question is, are you allowed to have a witness present? >> absolutely. they are supposed to offer you a private room and offer that you can have a witness present. if you don't have someone with you, you can ask for someone else in the line to come in and witness it. it is undignified, but better than standing out in the open room. >> kate, if you are traveling with medications, a unique medical condition, what ca
, when you do it, you should do it like michael, in 3-d. >> you may have heard that kate miller just accepted my proposal to marry her, which i'm told is a good thing. >> wait. i need glasses. i can't see it. it just looks blurry. >> i'll turn the 3-d off. >> so to propose to kate miller, i thought what better way than to do it in 3-d and as you see, 4-d as well. >> so he used 3-d and even 4-d for what i think is the greatest proposal ever. >> you're saying he went to the fourth dimension? >> yes. >> using state-of-the-art cutting edge technique, we'll envelope you in the 3-d realm. now this? snow? come on, guys. nice, guys, tropical. tropical hurricane. at least there's no rain. thanks, guys. no, no, i can't do it like this. i've got to do it my way. >> what? >> will you marry me? >> and to tell us how this whole 3-d proposal went down, we have michael via skype right this minute to tell us how he got down on one knee with kate miller. i know you work in post-production and you're a 3-d consultant but this is a pretty dramatic proposal. ì(lc&ll, i have a very short attention span a
. and we have team coverage of the play-offs. our kate longworth is in detroit following the oakland a's. but we begin with jaymee sire. on a scale of one to ten, how cool is your job right about now? >> reporter: i give it about a 10, raj, absolutely. and the excitement is definitely starting to build here at at&t park as both teams holding workouts today. but tomorrow you know it's going to be just electric here. and matt cain will be taking the mound. we know how just dominant he was in 2010, not giving up an earned run the entire postseason. and his teammates and both he are very excited to be kicking things off tomorrow night here at at&t park. >> this is one of the toughest first round matchups you can have. in fact, i was thinking today in every first round that we've been involved in since i've been here, we've either matriculated and gone on to the world series, or whoever has beaten us has gone on to the world series. very, very tough team. and especially with their pitching staff and bull pen. you know, the old adage, we're going to have to pitch and play defense and hopeful
teams are in the playoffs at the same time. we have both teams covered throughout the postseason. kate sin a rainy detroit for us, covering the a's, and jamie is with the giants. i know you were with us at 5:00. you had all of the players. where did they go? >> reporter: they are done with their work out for today. they will be back tomorrow and ready to go for game one. but you know, two years removed from the world series title this is a different giants team, both player wise and personality wise. they also clinch on the last day in 2010, they had some breathing room, time to gear up for the playoffs. and instead of the band of misfitness is a serious bunch that still likes a good time. >> very resilient, determined. we had a lot of things thrown at us, and seemingly every week with a schedule especially in the second half they played better. a lot is having a good relationship with your manager and know what his needs are. you might think one thing and the front office might think one thing but at the end of the day the manager has to put the guys in position to have success. we th
of honor to older sister kate last year, pippa said this event made her very nervous. three minutes after the hour. let's go back to al who is in florida once again. hey there, al. >> hey there, natalie, and yes, we are watching sandy as it makes its way here in palm beach, florida. you can see the seas are awfully angry. rain moving in and out of the area and it will continue this way for the next 24 hours. latest on sandy, 210 miles east northeast of miami, florida. 80-mile-per-hour winds. it's moving northwest at ten miles per hour. now here's what we're looking for as far as watches and warnings. we're looking at tropical storm warnings from ocean reef, florida, all the way to flagler beach, and then we've got tropical storm watches all the way up into the carolinas. so that's going to continue for the next at least 24 hours. the path of the storm will make its way along the east coast, paralleling the coast, and then eventually by around tuesday night come inland somewhere up into the northeast. that's the national hurricane center plot. there are two other models we look at, the gfs
and it stays empty, but we have approved a roof deck? >> president fong, kate stacey in the city attorney's office. there are -- i think what the project sponsor is offering here are two rental units. if these are proposed as rental units, there is the state law costa hawkins that we discussed with the planning commission in the past. and this costa hawkins law generally prohibits the city from imposing rent control restrictions on newly constructed units. although there is an exception within the statute, and that is where the city and the owner have agreed by contract in consideration for forms of assistance specified in the state density bonus statute. or where the city has provided a form of direct financial contribution. in some cases it may be a grant from the mayor's office or in other cases there are releases from code requirements that may result in a direct financial contribution. i think that's what mr. star was referring to when he talked about having negotiated sometime earlier in the process with the project sponsor and under the costa hawkins act. so, if these units were n
-thirty.. check out thh kate. nats: 22--come oun lets get ouu of here... ddon think i phould llave my own party partythhs episode ii called "21st birthday" kate gets exciied for her birthday party whennshe realizes that ben hass invvted her wild ffiend from hiih sccool.this show is doiig vvry well.. fox has picked up six dditiooal, bringing it to p full season orree you can see the all new ben &pand kate tonight aa 8-thirty 3cominn up... up... one ddo's determination... trying o pull a tree root... and weeve got a chilly nnght ahead... but tomorrow could make up for it!how warm it could get... coming up in yoor ffrecast.you're watchinn ox 45 good ddy baltimooe. growllng natt nats hundred and eighty million dollars for maryland schools. that's a lot of money. my classroom. games and a new casino for maryland. million more for education every year. the money goes where it's supposed to. it's the law. this is about our kids. this is about better schools. seven. i'm voting for question seven. i'm voting for question seven. [ male announcer ] this commercial is not about getting fios. it's
website. >> dudes of america, rejoice. gracing's covers of the 2012 issues "cosmo," kate upton. a behind the scenes video of her photo shoot, she's wearing more clothes than norm, but still, kate. kate is good. >> a video you're sure to want to watch. venus is back. this time giving us a makeup tutorial so you can look like a kitty for halloween. >> i'm going to show you how to look like a super cute miss kitty. >> green eyes? >> i believe she's got on cat contacts. head to our website rightthisminute.com. >> and the click on best of "rtm." >>> i think my beat this week is naughty office of the law. two officers in barcelona caught being a little naughty inside their patrol car. they're doing a video, a parody of a russian girl group. ♪ >> they're driving down the street dancing, very suggesttively and get suggestive with some lollipops but dancing in the patrol car isn't exactly what got them in trouble. it was moves like that, where the officer is sticking his hea, takes his hand off the wheel. both officers ended up being suspended without pay, until they decided what disciplinary a
kate moss to margaret thatcher. his exhi businesses have brought record-breaking clouds, now the first solo show in the united states called in your face, a fitting title. i am pleased to have him here at this table for the fist tim welcome. >> thank you so much, charlie. >> so you were born in lima, peru. did you-- you were going to study international relations and things like that. >> no, i actually didn't know what to study so the first university i went to was economy university. i did it for a year. then two years of law. basically i didn't really know what i wanted to do. and it seemed the right thing that my parents said as long as you study we will pay for everything. so i did this university for three years. and then i had a stint at san diego, califnia, which is a place that i really adore. but i guess i was looking more for a new york energy and it didn't have it. so i then went to london, 1976, to study kpun cases. i went to california to do international relations then went to london-- it was really just any excuse to be able to be kept by my parents in a way. in london i
. and then -- >> all grown up. >>> is this the most photographed woman in the world? is that duchess kate facing paparazzi right now? can you believe it? >> that queen wave down, doesn't she? >> that is our friday mystery. >> yes. >>> we get right to the race for the white house. "your voice, your vote." just 32 days to go. and this morning, mitt romney, riding high from his debate win wednesday. president obama fighting back, prising to do better at the next debate. the questions right now, is this really a new race? how much of a difference will this morning's jobs report make? david muir is with mitt romney in harrisonburg, virginia. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning to you. both campaigns awaiting the new jobs report this morning. the president hoping for good numbers as he tries to turn the page on that debate performance this week. as mitt romney in virginia looks to build on his momentum. overnight here, the key battleground of virginia, mitt romney on a different stage. but it was that debate stage 24 hours earlier, still on his mind. >> last night, i thought was a great opp
's in a similar position. for a preview we go to kate longworth at the oakland coliseum. good afternoon, kate. >> reporter: hey, dave. well, it's deja vu all over again, as once again the a's are facing their biggest game of the season. and really, we've been talking about this for a while now, because the a's played some very meaningful games down the stretch. that's what got them here to the postseason. even though this is a do or die situation, they're not tweaking the game plan. it's still one game at a time. >> we're defying a lot of odds here, you know, of how this team can bounce back, how this team, you know, can battle on this road, how the team -- we've had a whole bunch of stuff thrown at us. the way we beat that is playing oakland a's baseball. >> we can win three. we won three. and we came back from a deficit then. one game at a time. >> we've got a great crowd, a great atmosphere here. so we're not threatening anything. we're just going to go out here and keep doing what we have done all year. >> reporter: and for fans whoever wondered if they could have an impact on the game, t
for a number of years until quite recently. kate was also the chairman of the virginia republican party from 2003 to 2006, and in that capacity she garnered national attention when she led the charge against tax increases and expanding the role of government. the virginia republican party had been going through some rough times about the scandal that one of the leaders had done some -- before cade unauthorized but she straightened it out and said the parties for smooth sailing. she then served as the senator chief of staff and while she was working for governor allen as the chief education and health adviser that's when she recommended me for the virginia state board of education and he appointed me to that and got to work at that point because becky was serving in the cabinet of george allen as well so we got to work with cade on the state level issues owls well. kate is the author of the new book right there called quote code divider in her chief of the fraud of hope and change." we are selling the book aside and she will be signing copies after she speaks. kate was born into a family of c
a binder. >> so let's talk about this, we got karen finney, former dnc communications director. kate obenshane, and erin klein, weekly columnist of wmd and author of fool me twice. kate, let me just go to you, mitt romney is governor of massachusetts, so they put together binders, they go out and recruit the best talented women they can find, put them in the administration, half of the senior staff or more were women. what exactly is wrong with it? >> there's nothing wrong with it, in fact it was pretty admirable. in fact mitt romney had more women in his office than any other governor in the country. really they're trying to scare women yet again because the 15-point lead -- they have got to try to villagize mitt romney and try to make him a woman hater. and romney's out there talking about the issues. >> you know what your real problem, karen? men. romney is running way ahead with men. >> white men. >> white men, white voters in general, he's running massively ahead. >> larry, in case you hadn't noticed we're actually a majority-minority country these days so there might not be eno
of royalty? a look at kate middleton, from head-to-toe, the makeup, the hair, and the clothing. >>> and first, the clue that police hope will crack the case to a murdered girl in colorado. jessica ridgeway was kidnapped and killed on her way to school. police are hoping if they make evidence public, they will have answers. >> reporter: it is a bizarre crew. a small, wooden cross, that police say it belongs to jessica ridgeway's killer. overnight, investigators released new photos of the cross, hoping someone recognizes it. it was found at one of the crime scenes in the case. but police won't say which one because that is information only the killer knows. >> we believe it was left behind or dropped by somebody that was involved and knows information that we're looking for. >> left intentionally, perhaps? >> it was perhaps left intentionally. >> reporter: jessica vanished when she went to school. hundreds of volunteers scoured the area near her colorado home. her backpack was found a few miles away. after that, jessica's dismembered body was found in this field. >> we realize there's a predato
get hotter out there. we have more with those looking for relief from the heat. so many are, kate! >> reporter: that is right! you can see here there are plenty of activities going on at this cooling center. most cooling centers are senior or community centers or libraries that the city will designate as a place for people to cooloff and grab something to drink in unusually hot days. now that it is october and we are hitting triple digits, the coordinator tells me shis unusual. >> the usual in newark, it is warm, but with our indian summer, it gets hotter than normal. we are here for folk to drop in, come and cool down, do activities you normally do outside inside! >> reporter: now today neighbor cans enjoy pool tables, computer labs and a special movie showing with popcorn and plenty of other free snacks and water. my shell, this isn't one of -- michelle, this isn't one of the only cooling centers in the east by the way. we have more information on the website at sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com to see the other cooling centers in your neighborhood under the weather tab. >> that
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tonight. >> let's see how the a's pulled it off. let's continue our coverage with kate longworth. >> reporter: the a's shocked the world. they were on life support down to their final out with this magical season on the line. the green and gold prove that they do not want this to come to an end. it was game four detroit and the a's in a do or die matchup against the tigers. they were down 3-1 in the bottom of the ninth. seth smith keeps hopes alive with a double scoring josh reddick and josh donaldson. so the game tied at 3-3. coco crisp connects with a single to right. in comes smith and the a's win 4-3. >> there is no quitting. it is the way we go about our business. we will be expecting each other. >> orange gatorade. >> this is what it is about. oakland fans are awesome. we will keep battling like we have. we are not going to stop until they tell us we have to. >> reporter: a lot to celebrate when it comes to bay area baseball. the giants keep their season alive. still to come on nbc bay area news we will take you to cincinnati where the giants keep their season alive and a's
the peninsula and they have turned their health challenges into a source of inspiration and activism. kate kelly caught one these jefferson award winners on the running track. >> reporter: they meet weekly at the palo alto high school track to run a boot camp. and like most group leaders, ana and isa set goals. >> try to make it to the preachers. -- and try to make it to the bleachers. >> reporter: and are good motivators. >> good job. >> reporter: but what makes this exercise class unique is that every one of the participants, including its leaders, has had an organ transplant. >> my name is isabel stenzel byrnes and i received a double lung transplant 8.5 years ago. >> my name is anabel stenzel and i received a double lung transplant in 2000 and a second double lung transplant in 2007. >> reporter: these identical twin sisters were born with cystic fibrosis a genetic pulmonary disease that used to be uniformly fatal. >> cf is a progressive disease so as we got older it became increasingly more difficult to breathe and before my transplant i could only walk a few blocks maybe. >> reporter: toda
and what other priorities are ahead? for insight, we welcome back attorney kate kendall, the executive director of nclr, the national center for lesbian rights headquartered here in san francisco. welcome back, good to see you. >> great to be back. >> let's be clear. sometimes people get a title and it washes them over quickly. national, you mean with problems, legal problems and issues for the entire country here from-from-san francisco. >> that's right. we're based here. this is where we were founded in 1977, and we do work now all over the country representing the entire specto rum of the lesbian, gay, transsexual and gender community. >> let's start with the marriage issue. >> sure. >> it feels like a straight wound watching this back and forth and back and forth and it's different in this state. what is the status right now? >> it's really thinking. -- interesting. i think you're right. it's been back and forth and a bit of a seasaw. the truth is, we're only trending in one direction, and that is greater support for full inclusion and equality for same-sex couples in marriage and
and the cio to make sure that continues to happen. the presence of kate howard at the coit meeting shouldn't be an indication that the mayor doesn't make this a priority. his scheduling conflicts and difficulties and you can understand yourself he can't be everywhere at once and the continued presence and stability offered by kate being at those meetings who also negotiates department's budgets and looks at other cross city wide issue areas like capitol. she is able to provide the leadership that the mayor is looking for and i think you're looking for. >> and i certainly appreciate that. i think the challenge that i see is that you have a department of technology that should be coordinating more of the centralized functions and yet there doesn't seem clear direction to the departments that they need to cooperate and play ball, and i appreciate your point about how the recent budget challenges we had over the last years forced things. two concerns i have, as the budget picture improves, how do we make sure the pressure there is there to continue the cooperation and two, twr the grand jury
trying to protect americans in libya. his sister is "outfront" tonight. and kate, thank you so much for taking the time. and tell us a little bit about your brother and what motivated him to take on such an important, such a dangerous job. >> glen just had an amazing gift for life and everywhere he went, he brought such joy. everyone who knew him just thought of him as a best friend and he loved education. he loved recreation. any chance he got, he was skiing, hiking, surfing, swimming and he was just a gift to those who knew him and he loved what he did. he loved and respected the men that he worked with and he fought hard every day because he thought that life was worth it and he proved it. >> he did. and your brother was killed, kate, an act of heroism. he went in to try to save other people's lives. he was there to try to track down the missing weapons from the civil war, so he took on risks and went into save someone's life when he didn't have to. did he ever talk to his fears about being in libya and his fears about security? >> he knew very well the risks of what he did. ten
lindsay sandoval, doug patch, kate therrity and ryan stanley. guys, tell me you're getting extra credit for this. no? let's start with the obvious question. who debated better and why? lindsay, why don't we start with you. >> i think we knew that joe biden had a lot of expectations for this debate and i think he articulated how obama and his policies will help the middle class and how they'll defend medicare and social security. >> doug? >> i felt as though joe biden definitely had much more of an emotional appeal, but i think paul ryan was definitely more call and stated the facts much better than joe biden did. >> kate, what do you think? >> i think both spoke to the voters that they needed to speak to and i think that the lasting effect from biden's talking points from what he was saying will be stronger than to rain's. >> ryan? >> i think joe biden absolutely -- ryan's. >> ryan? >> i think joe biden absolutely stole the debate tonight. i think it resonates with middle class families. they like to see somebody is fighting for them. >> by raising your hand, anybody change their mind h
. - [laughs] they're sometimes called study drugs. they're prescription medicines >> kate snow's intimate portrait of one ivy league student shows how destructive study drugs can be. >> in about five seconds' time, you've gone from straight "a" student to handcuffs. >>> also, saving the orangutan. their habitat is being destroyed for a common household product. the all-out effort to save a great species. >> we got it. we got it. >> why did you feel you needed to get him out of there? >> these things will be gone in 12 months. >> he wouldn't have survived in there? >> no, no. this is the last resort. >>> and the world of tory burch. her huge success, her sure sense of style. her fabulous life in new york. >> obviously i love color. >> and what she admits to harry smith is the question she was dreading about the feud with her ex-husband who helped get her started. >> you have business interests together. you're not married any longer. it can't be easy. >> i think it's been tough. it's been a challenge. >>> also tonight, why it is the state of maine can't seem to stay out of the news these d
ttat comes along with kate middleton's look. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. vogue"... being the dutthess &pof cambridge comes witt aahhg p yearr.. to be exact.ttat's her image.he magazine 3 &pimaae. an estimated 114-thousand gges toward clothes... while 42-thousand dollars go toward skin reaamentss hair stylinn... nail painting and ppray tans.the rest of the &(2-shot toss to weather)) ((ad lib eteorologist)) 3--3affic reporter ad libs)) 3 3 p p3 3 ad libs))((traffic reeorter &p3 meteorologist))((ad lib ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter d libs)) 3 p3 ad libs))((traffic reporter &pad libs))
, thanks very much. kate baldwin is here helping us cover the disaster, as well, kate. >> amazing the size of this thing. let's stay in nnew jersey for a moment. ali, you have been blown around quite a bit. what are you seeing now? i understand the city wide curfew just set in. yes? >> reporter: curfew is under way right now. you are not to be on the streets of atlantic city. it is against the law now. there's a complete travel ban. if you are not an emergency crew, not covering this, you see this emergency vehicle coming up next to me. that's all we are seeing. national guard just drove by. they're enforcing this curfew. if anybody's in the houses now, conflicting information in new jersey. this point, nobody should be moving but the governor of new jersey just moments ago on show was saying he's disappointed that some people didn't take that warning too seriously. the river, the river, the street i'm on, look at it. it's a river. it's absolutely a river right now. all of the way down the street. all major electrical power is out in this part of new jersey. the lights are auxiliary. this
leave coverage. cheryl hurd is live outside coliseum. but first kate longworth has highlights from tonight's game. hi, kate. >> reporter: hey, ladies. well, it was win the baseball game tonight or book your golf tee times tomorrow. both the a's and giants proved that they did not want their magical seasons to come to an end. the a's were down two games in this best of five series to detroit. and they sent brett anderson to the mound in front of a sold-out crowd tonight at the coliseum. anderson showed no sign of his previous oblique injury while seth smith led the offense for a 2-0 a's vic troy keep their season and postseason alive. >> especially at home in front of these fans is unbelievable, you know. they came out and they were supporting us from the get-go. i feel like i was pitching the game and warming up in the bull pen. you can't give these fans enough credit and the guys behind me. it was fun. i can't describe it any other way. >> i knew he would step up and rise to the occasion, and he did. he came out and but sure didn't look like it was bothering him too much. >> he wa
notes or who had rosetta stone foreign policy. >> let's get straight to our own kate bolduan and some unsolicited advice from our panel. kate. >> i'll offer any time even if you don't ask. thank you, wolf. hey, guys. so you heard that great kind of snapshot right there. the president saying he's now laid out his plan for a second term. so, van, we're two weeks out. he's laying out his plan or highlighting his plan for a second term agenda. it's a little light on the details, many would say. what's the point now? >> well, i think he's taking my advice because we were on unsolicited advice before and i said he should just enumerate his plan. and so here we are. actually, i think what's amazing is he has had a plan. in fact, with his jobs proposal which was stopped by congress repeatedly, that was a clear plan. he was out on the stump for a year with a clear plan. i think it's opportunity for him to remind people. he's not introducing anything new. he's reminding people. i hope what the public picks up on is wait a minute, this sounds familiar. oh, he was fighting for this all the past t
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